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Workflow

Workflow Diagrammer

Installing / Getting started

This project doesn't need to be installed to try it out. Just go to https://workflow.jace.pro and try.

It follows the MermaidJS syntax.

Syntax for Flows

For more extensive documentation see mermaidjs docs.

Graph orientation

  • graph TD top to bottom
  • graph TB top to bottom (same as TD)
  • graph TD right to left
  • graph TD left to right
  • graph TD bottom to top

Nodes

Nodes can be identified or not. To have unidentified nodes, just add a new line with it's name. You cannot do names with special characters or spaces in them.

graph TD
  id

If you want to identify them, you have a lot more control.

graph TD
  id1(Box with rounded edges)
  id2((Circle))
  id3>Asymetric shape]
  id4{Rhombus}
  id5["Box with () special charactesr"]

Lines

graph TD
  id01 --> id02 
  id03 --- id04
  id05 -->|Text on the line ---id06
  id07 --Test on the line --> id08
  id10 -.-> id11
  id12 -. text .-> id13
  id14 ==> id14

This is a progressive web app, you can install it locally with chrome with the (+) in the address bar.

If you just want to try it out, follow these steps;

  1. Download the XML from the /dist/ folder
  2. Install the update set ** THIS ONLY adds the UI MACRO, it does not change your forms **

Contributing

Pull requests are welcome. For major changes, please open an issue first to discuss what you would like to change.

However there are a lot of issues for everything I could find in servicenow. If you know that application feel free to fill out the issue and comment on it.

Setting up the repo

  1. Fork this project
  2. Clone it down to your machine and in it's directory run;
    yarn start
  3. You should have it up and running.

Actually Contributing

  1. Fork it
  2. Make your changes to the files in /public
  3. Create a new Pull Request

Licensing

"The code in this project is licensed under MIT license."

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